WWW, August 2010 - Presenting the brand new Dreader than Dread riddim: a thunderous steppers in the I-riginal homegrown Hardcore DUB style, mixed and voiced in wild style with extra bass to attack the subwoofer. Two mixes, one message!
When it’s coming in the Hardcore Dub style, Messian Dread’s own version of Roots Reggae, the music is released under the name Me Zion Dread rather than Messian Dread. A subtle difference, which you can choose to ignore (or not): the music cannot be denied!
And so, once again, here is Me Zion Dread with yet another I-riginal thunderous steppers rhythm to chant down Lucifer and his Queendom with some in-your-face truth from the Heights.
The "Dreader than Dread" EP comes with two mixes: the first one is a very dubby Discomix with the full lyrics in the first part and some more heavyweight Dub mixing in the last part. The second mix, subtitled "Evil Is Nothing - Dub Chant", has even more bass and would be preferably played on Sound Systems with speakers able to deal with the thunderous bass sounds in the mix. This package on archive.org also contains the original demo mix produced for the EP.
The lyrics deal with the fact that indeed, the Most High and Creator of all JAH is Dreader than Dread. This ancient Truth must be told from generation to generation, especially in this time wherein one after the other is losing their faith. It’s also a message to the warriors of Lucifer’s Queendom who keep on fighting Jah Jah children even though they stumble and fall every time they fight Jah children down.